MUS 252
Individual Vocal and Instrumental Instruction Fall 2009

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Individual lessons in voice, keyboard and most orchestral and jazz instruments offered as a partial credit fifth course. Students are encouraged to take this course for a letter grade, but as with all fifth courses, pass/fail is also an option. Students are required to prepare for 10 lessons during the semester with a minimum expectation of one hour practice per day and to perform publicly on at least one departmental studio recital during the semester. Lessons are scheduled TBA based upon instructor schedule. Make-up lessons given at the discretion of the instructor. Grading will be based upon lesson preparation, public performance, and progress throughout the semester. All individual instruction involves an extra fee, partially subsidized by the department. To register for the course, a student must first contact the appropriate teacher (see Music Dept. for list), fill out a registration/billing contract, signed by both teacher and student, and turn that in to the Music Office. This replaces the need to register online. Registration is for course number 251, with the appropriate section number from the following list. Students will be reassigned to course numbers 252-258 based on the number of semesters of instruction already taken in one particular section.
Specific instrument or voice sections are as follows:
The Class: Grading: pass/fail option only
Prerequisites: permission of the individual instructor; enrollment limits apply to each section based upon availability and qualifications
Distributions: No divisional credit

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